Felix The Cat Saves Christmas

DVD Release: October 12, 2004
Felix The Cat Saves Christmas


“Felix the Cat Saves Christmas” features the animated feline, voiced by Dave Coulier, attempting to stop a professor from creating the biggest blizzard of all time and thereby canceling Christmas. With the assistance of best friend Poindexter, Felix and his magic bag team up with Santa (voiced by Tom Bosley) to make sure that the holiday season goes on as planned.

Dove Review

The cartoon character Felix the Cat has been around for many generations. Now Felix is back in this charming feature with his great friend Poindexter. They have to get to the North Pole to help Santa because an evil professor has sent a terrible blizzard to the world and it may stop Christmas.

This is one of those classic little cartoons from the past, filled with funny comic-strip tricks, dialogue and one-dimension animation, plus fun, toe-tapping music. Felix and Poindexter banter back and forth with corny jokes, making everyone laugh as they meet new friends, travel in the haunted ice forest and to the North Pole on the mission to help Santa.

We award “Felix The Cat Saves Christmas” with the Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Oh nuts, jeez.
Violence: Bear gets tongue stuck to window; bear attacked by squirrels; bear and professor get hit by giant snowball and fall in frozen pond; falling from snow board; slap-stick violence.
Drugs: Animated bear has cigar in mouth.
Nudity: None
Other: Magic bag; haunted ice forest.


Company: Cinedigm
Writer: Don Oriolo
Director: Don Oriolo
Producer: Don Oriolo
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 72 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe